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  • Re: New to all of this

    Welcome Denise! I am also relatively new to Logos—and yes, it CAN I need be overwhelming. I STILL cannot figure I it how to highlight on my MAC😡. I wish I would have went w. Logos much earlier. For the most part, the folks on this forum have been very gracious, friendly, and helpful. And, usually w.in a few hours someone has shown me how to rectify
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Apr 18 2019
  • Re: Suggestion - Diagramming Notes

    Well, I cannot get the diagram to upload. Will try again later 😊.
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Apr 9 2019
  • Re: Suggestion - Diagramming Notes

    Wow! This is good stuff. I love to read diagrams (I‘m weird like that😏). I have an entire diagram of the GNT from a DTS grad., but cannot copy-paste very well into Word or power point. A diagram of Acts 22.16 below will reflect what a friend of mine put into PowerPoint. This was the only way I could get it onto a slide. If I might ask, what diagramming
    Posted to Suggestions by Puddin’ on Tue, Apr 9 2019
  • Re: Ante Nicene Fathers?

    [quote user="EastTN"]Everything Ken says about Schaff is absolutely correct. The two advantages are that it is relatively inexpensive, and is included in a number of the base packages. It lets you link to a usable translation of a good bit of patristic material without breaking the bank. I got it years ago as part of a base package. This has helped
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Mar 25 2019
  • Re: Ante Nicene Fathers?

    [quote user="SineNomine"] [quote user="Puddin’"]Thank you Ken. I am interested in almost any early writers—such as Justin Martyr, Clement, Ignatius, Tertullian, etc. [/quote] The ANF set that you link is definitely a good one for your needs, although it lacks Irenaeus. [quote user="Puddin’"]For example, I have read that Tertullian
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Mar 25 2019
  • Re: Ante Nicene Fathers?

    [quote user="Ken McGuire"] Looking closer I see a few sets that may interest you. First off, there is the old "Schaff" - although he didn't edit the ante Nicenes... It is actually a decent collection, but it has a few problems. It is dated - unaware of the many textual discoveries since then. Clement gets a bit specific in how he talks about sex, and
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Mar 25 2019
  • Re: Ante Nicene Fathers?

    [quote user="Ken McGuire"] There are lots of different collections of various "fathers". The collection you link is almost certainly the largest collection of ante Nicene writings translated into English. I have not read all of them - or even most of them. But the volumes I have read from that series are quite readable and include some good basic notes
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Mar 24 2019
  • Ante Nicene Fathers?

    I have been interested in this work for quite some time, but have never taken the time to try to locate it—until I read it a source a work I was reading tonight. I looked on Logos for this work, but want to make sure I am getting the right volumes. I presume the link below is what I want, or am I missing something? https://www.logos.com/product
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Mar 24 2019
  • Re: What are the March Madness "must haves?"

    [quote user="Michael S."] [quote user="Liam Maguire"]Therefore, we must all proceed with an extreme measure of intellectual humility and charitableness to the views of those who disagree with us[/quote] Excellent! [/quote] Agreed! I noticed this quote also & nodded my head in agreement as I read it.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Mar 24 2019
  • Re: What are the March Madness "must haves?"

    Umm, I retract the question 🤓! Seriuosly, every (well, actually I should say “most”) comment has been helpful. Thanks much JRB & others for your input 👍.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sun, Mar 24 2019
  • Re: What are the March Madness "must haves?"

    [quote user="J. Remington Bowling"] [quote user="Puddin’"] I saw these and was curious, but I already have Josh McDowell‘s mammoth work on “Evidence that Demands a Verdict,” Lee Stobel’s works, Ken Ham, etc. Just curious what these bring to the table? I’m highly intrigued, but don’t want to spring for something
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Mar 23 2019
  • Re: What are the March Madness "must haves?"

    [quote user="Josh"] [quote user="Mike Tourangeau"] So there are quite a few deals, I know it is not done yet but what are some of the must have's (in your opinion) [/quote] These three John Walton books are a must have: https://www.logos.com/product/52907/the-lost-world-of-genesis-one-ancient-cosmology-and-the-origins-debate https://www.logos.com/product
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Sat, Mar 23 2019
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    [quote user="Doc B"] [quote user="Puddin’"]I did purchase Gurry’s work on the CBGM last night,[/quote] I highly recommend you read Wasserman's book before trying to tackle Gurry's. If you don't, the terminology (jargon) will strangle you. [/quote] Ok, think I will get that book also 🤪. Seriously though, I usually learn as I go along anyway
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Fri, Mar 22 2019
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    I did purchase Gurry’s work on the CBGM last night, just not so sure I’m prepared to tackle it just yet. From what I understand it is very intense and effectually rewriting textual criticism as we have known it for the last century or so. Very intrigued by it nonetheless 👍.
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Mar 21 2019
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    [quote user="Denise"] [quote user="Puddin’"] Yes, I have seen these resources online. I fully intend to acquire them soon. I was a (minor) contributor to the following recent work on this topic, which, IMO, interacts w. the most current scholarly consensus on this topic (it’s actually the most thorough I have ever read on this issue). https
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Thu, Mar 21 2019
  • Re: Does Logos have this article?

    Yes, would love to have this on Logos. Just acquired this work on this variant also: https://www.amazon.com/Fresh-Analysis-John-External-Evidence-ebook/dp/B01HBC8EGQ
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Wed, Mar 20 2019
  • Re: Best Exegetical Work on Isaiah?

    Great. Thanks men! Will be loading up on these a little later!
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Mar 19 2019
  • Re: Best Exegetical Work on Isaiah?

    [quote user="Graham Criddle"] [quote user="Puddin’"] I came across the following work that seems to fit my criteria, but just wanted the input of others on here before springing for this work. Any suggestions much appreciated. https://www.logos.com/product/49079/a-critical-and-exegetical-commentary-on-isaiah-40-55 [/quote] You mentioned this work
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Mar 19 2019
  • Re: Best Exegetical Work on Isaiah?

    [quote user="Reuben Helmuth"] I really like: https://www.logos.com/product/37566/the-new-international-commentary-on-the-old-testament-the-book-of-isaiah-chapters-40-66 [/quote] Looks really tempting! I like the stated emphasis on the literary structure. Exactly what I’m looking for. I am particularly interested in the creation verbs-participles
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Tue, Mar 19 2019
  • Re: Erasmus Exemplar Question

    Yes, I have seen these resources online. I fully intend to acquire them soon. I was a (minor) contributor to the following recent work on this topic, which, IMO, interacts w. the most current scholarly consensus on this topic (it’s actually the most thorough I have ever read on this issue). https://www.advanceministries.org/zencart/index.php?main_page
    Posted to General by Puddin’ on Mon, Mar 18 2019
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